The BBC has taken U.K. terrestrial TV rights to Oliver Stone's Fidel Castro docu "Comandante."
Scarlett Johansson has been set to star with John Travolta in "A Love Song for Bobby Long," a Screen Gems pic being financed by Bob Yari's El Camino Pictures.
Getting a film made isn't getting any easier, even when a project seems to hit all the right notes at the right time.
Tardy scripts have become a growing problem for TV directors, specifically those working in episodic, single-camera skeins, according to a study commissioned by the DGA and the Alliance of Motion…
The "American Pie" filmmakers have baked up a slice of marketing a la mode.
Pulp documentarian Nick Broomfield's English twit persona served him well in his 1992 docu "Aileen Wuoronos: The Selling of a Serial Killer." Revisiting the scene of the crime 12 years later…
Like every recent production out of Jose Luis Garci's Nickel Odeon Dos, the noirish "Hotel Danubio" is an accomplished exercise in style that harks wistfully back to '40s Hollywood. This enjoyably…
Taking a serious social issue -- corporate exploitation of first-time employees -- and turning it into pop teen froth is practically designed for failure, and "Diary of an Intern" duly fails. As many…
Mohamed Zran's portrait of his homeland, Tunisia, takes him from the port city of Zarzis into the countryside. Contradicting Western expectations about emerging nations and Arab cultures, people…
A miniature techno fable about a twentysomething trying to keep a relationship alive through the healing power of the vidcam, writer-director Bruno Lazaro Pacheco's debut "It's for You!" seeks to…
A femme drama that aims at Strindbergian intensity and ends up merely pompous, "A Beautiful Sunset" at least tries to say something about the lives of women through the generations. But any potential…